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Cubana AirlinesStarts Ba To Santiago Flights Friday


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COVERS GTMO LIKE THE SUNSHINE U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Vol. VII, No. 39 Saturday, 29 September 1956


INDIAN Photo
RADM W. G. Cooper ComNavBase, addresses the assembled group at the dedication of the new Base hospital. RADM Cooper delivered the introductory reniarks at the ceremonies and also introduced the visiting dignitaries.

Hospital Opens As

200 Hear Speeches

And Tour Facilities
Dedication ceremonies for the new Base hospital were held Monday morning, September 24, at 1000, with 200 people present.
Highlights of the ceremonies included introductory remarks and the introduction of distinguished guests by RADM W. G. Cooper, Commander Naval Base, and an address by the Honorable Frank B. Berry, Assistant Secretary of Defense, Health and Medicine. RADM B. W. Hogan, MC, Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery delivered the dedication address and presented the hospital to CAPT L. A. Newton, Commanding Officer, Base hospital.
Following the dedication ceremonies an open house was held for the benefit of Base residents and visitors. Approximately 175 people toured the new building during the open house.
The new hospital is scheduled to be in full operation within the next two weeks, which includes the move from the present site to the new building.


The football season is once again in full swing. The INDIAN will present a short resume of collegiate football each week during the present season.
Notre Dame met defeat at the hands of Southern Methodist, last week, receiving a 19-13 punishment.
Syracuse, another underdog toppled the favored Maryland 26-12. Also, for the first time in 25 years, South Carolina defeated Duke, 7-0.
Other scores last week were: Georgia Tech 14, Kentucky 6; Pitt 14, W. Va. 13; So. Calif. 44, Texas 20; Rice 20, Alabama 13; No. Carolina State 26, No. Carolina 6; Texas Christian 32, Kansas 0; Oregon State 19, Missouri 13 and Baylor 7, California 6.
Today's games include: California at Illinois; Duke at Virginia; Georgia Tech at Southern Methodist; Iowa at Indiana; Iowa State at Northwestern; Kentucky at Florida; Marquette at Wisconsin; Maryland at Wake Forrest; and Michigan State at Stanford.
Other games to be played today are: Nebraska at Ohio State; North Carolina at Oklahoma; Oklahoma A&M at Arkansas; Oregon State at Southern California; Penn at Penn State; Syracuse at West Virginia; Texas A&M at LS.U.; U.C.L.A. at Michigan; V.M.I. at Army and William and Mary at Navy.
Keep tuned to WGBY for -the latest football scores.



PTA Skeds 2nd

Meet Tuesday
The second PTA meeting of the School year will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, 2 October at the open air auditorium on Chapel Hill. There will be an open discussion on the proposal to join with the National Congress of PTA. The President, LCDR Bayer will give a short talk on "Cooperation between Teacher and Parent and how the Parent can help his Child in School." Refreshments will be served after the business meeting.


Makes Possible Off-Base Liberty


From Friday To Sunday Nights .
A regularly scheduled weekend commercial flight service from the Base to Santiago de Cuba and return, will be inaugurated by the Cubana Airlines next Friday evening, October 5, according to a disclosure made by CDR Bruce M. Barackman of the Naval Air Station Operations department.
The. plane will depart at McCalla airfield every Friday evening at 6:10 and will leave Santiago for its return flight to the Base every Sunday evening at 10:30.


INDIAN To Run All Skaters Now Pay Football Review Under New System


The Naval Station Special Services Office has announced hours and prices for the Skating Rink designed to make the rink available a greater number of hours. Family night will remain on Tuesday as usual from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. However, there will be a charge of 10 cents per person, both children and adults. It will be open from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays and from 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Saturdays. The charge on these days is 25 cents per person. Dependents are welcome at all times other than Family Night when the skating rink is not filled to capacity by Fleet Personnel.



WGBY-TV To Air

Candidates' Plank
President Eisenhower and Democratic 'Presidential Candidate Adlai Stevenson have both been scheduled to deliver transcribed and major political addresses over WGBY-Radio and WGBY-TV on Wednesday, 3 Oct. WGBY-Radio will commence the address at 5:05 p.m. while WGBY-TV will televise the video version at 7:00 p.m.
These speeches have been recorded especially for members of the Armed Forces overseas. The Secretary of Defense has invited both major political parties to provide overseas members of the Armed Forces suitable recordings of special addresses by candidates and Party spokesmen for airing to our Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Following President Eisenhower's speech over WGBY-TV will be a film showing a typical day in the life of a member of Congress. The film urges everyone in uniform to become familiar with both issues and candidates in the coming elections and then to vote in the best interests of our country.


It was agreed at the conference among Cubana Airlines representatives and Base authorities heli on the Base last week that only one plane will take -off for. Santiago each weekend. Howeyer, a second flight may -be added to th.e regular schedule if passengers no less .than 15 in number are available for the second plane.
Special Charters
And as for special charters, Cubana Airlines has agreed to schedule a plane anytime, anywhere. But the airline company stipulated that in order to sustain this charter service, the plane has to take off with no less than 24 passengers and that two days advance notice be given thelcompany for this purpose.
Flying time from the Base to Santiago is 25 minutes. The fare for one way is $5. while a roundtrip passage costs $9.
Base- authorities reported -that the establishment of this private air line service is intended to accommodate military and American civilians and their dependents desiring off-base liberty and recreation.
Booking Office
The Naval Station Special Services department has been designated as the booking office where flight reservations and purchase of tickets are to be made. NavSta Special Services office will also undertake the promotion of -fhe commercial flight operations on the local angle.
Taking full 'cognizance in the take-off and landing operations of the Cubana plane as well as the control of its air traffic is the Naval Air Station Operations department.


Stateside TV Editors

Arrive Here Oct. 2

Approximtaely .30 television editors and writers will arrive aboard the Base on October 2. The purpose of the visit is to view operations aboard- the USS F.D. ROOSEVELT. The material obtained by these men will then be used in' producing the ."Navy Log" television. program.







Saturday, 29 September 19568


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THE INDIAN
The Indian's mission-To inform and entertain all hands; to serve as a possible factor in promoting the efficiency, welfare, and contentment of personnel.
RADM WILLIAM G. COOPER, Commander, Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
CAPT G.M. HOLLEY, Chief of Staff CAPT WILLIAM R. CARUTHERS, C.O. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Editorial Staff
LCDR K. S. Dick ----------------------- --------- Officer-Adviser
G. L. Henderson, JOC ------------------------------------ Editor
J.C. Curren, JOSN ----------------------------- Managing Editor
E.U. Orias, JO3 --------------------------------- Feature Editor
D.D. Hinton, JOSN ------------------------------- Staff Reporter
THE INDIAN is published weekly at the Naval Station in accordance with NavExos P35, Revised Nov. 1945, and financed with non-appropriated funds.
Materials marked AFPS may be used by news media provided credit is given. Features marked "copyright" may not be used. All materials originated by THE INDIAN may be used in whole or in part or without credit.
All photographs are official U.S. Navy photos unless otherwise credited.


The Importance Of Cooperation

In geometry, there is a law that says, "The whole is equal to the sum of its parts." It's a simple idea, but it applies to much more than just circles and squares on a school blackboard.
Put together some pieces of metal and a few tiny jewels and they make a watch; assemble pistons, crankshaft, valves, etc. and you have an engine; weld two dozen top athletes into a team and you have a championship baseball club.
All these examples have two things in common; the end results seem much more impressive than the parts they're made of-but they would be worthless if one part failed.
Nowhere is the importance of cooperation greater than in the Armed Forces. The entire structure of the service is built on the foundation of individual contributions in every rank and job. When a man is transferred to a new position, he immediately becomes part of a new unit, and the way he does his job reflects in the ratings of the entire group.
There are few "glory spots" in the service, places where men can be prima donnas and show off their talents. The glory goes to the whole organization when its mission is accomplished.
To every man who does his job faithfully day by day, it is reward snough to know that his contribution, big or small, is a vital part of the great whole that guards America. (AFPS)


Hospital Dedication Speech
Editor's Note: The following is the text, in part, of the address RADM B. W. Hogan, Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, delivered at the dedication ceremonies of the new Base hospital, Monday, September 24.
On an occasion like this, when we are met together to dedicate to the care of our officers, men, and their dependents what already is a standing testimony to the beneficence of our Government, I am reminded that the foremost dedication address in all our American eloquence took possibly but three minutes for its delivery and less than three hundred (300) words for its thought embodiment. I am referring, as you no doubt have surmised, to the famous Gettysburg address of Lincoln. Would that I could bring to this function his fine artistry of expression with which he graced-and even immortalized-that renowned dedication. But lacking as I do this talent of his, it remains for me to emulate him in his more attainable ideal of brevity.
Before me, to begin with, is this assembled and inspiring representation of our illustrious Navy. Behind me, our new and most efficient hospital
-a monument and superlative tribute to the versatile proficiency of its architects and to the skill of its construction experts. And all about me the loveliness and charm of this historic island-the Pearl of the Antilles-which shares with us of the mainland the one same heritageour common debt of discovery by the peerless Columbus.
A story has occurred to me with which I might bring my remarks to a fitting close. Among the surgeons who accompanied the troops of Napoleon was one who has left us a very Christian example. He used to keep a case history of each soldier he attended and was one of the very first of the profession to do so. Each history closed with the one same entry: I dressed the wound, and God healed it. If we here at our new hospital do our part in the same uplifted spirit in which he did his, it will not be long before the whole world will be hearing of the consummate success of the U. S. Naval Hospital at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


Tots Tell Of Fire Hazards


Sunday, 23 September 1956

CATHOLIC MASSES Sunday: 0700-Naval Base Chapel 0900-Naval Base Chapel 1230-Naval Base Chapel Mon. through Fri.:
1645-Naval Base Chapel Saturday: 0800-Naval Base Chapel Confessions-1700 - 1800, 1900 - 2000, and daily before Mams
PROTESTANT SERVICES Sunday: 0930-Sunday School 0930-Adult Bible Clas Open
Air Assembly
1100-Protestant Divine Worship.-Naval Base Chapel
1900-Fellowship Hour-Open
Air Assembly Thursday:1900-Choir Rehearaal JEWISH SERVICES Friday: 1900--Naval Base Chapel CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday: 1000-Bible Study--Community Auditedum
1046--Woruhip Serviee-Community Auditorium LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday: 1100-Naval Station lfbraz7 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Sunday: 1000-Naval Station Library


Calendar of Events
Saturday, September 29
Catholic Catechism Classes-Naval Base
School-1000
Monday, October 1
Military Payday-all Military personnel Supervisor's Association-NavSta Training
Office-1900
Tuesday, October 2
Villamar/Bargo Council-I&E Office
-1930
PTA Meeting-Chapel Hill Auditorium
-1930
Wednesday, October 3
Boy Scout Meeting-Chapel Hill Auditorium-1830
Toastmaster's Club-Officers' Club--180 Rifle and Pistol Club-Community Auditorium-1930
Thursday, October 4
Fellowcraft Club 1078--Community Auditorium-1980
Friday, October 5
CPO Wives Club-Family Rm (CPO
Club-2000

CHAPLAINS AT THIS ACTIVITY
CDR P. R. McPhee. CHC, USN
(Protestant)
CDR J. J. Sullivan, CHC, USN
(Catholic)


INDIAN Photo
These young ladies say, "We like Sparky's Coloring Book because it teaches us a lesson in song and story. The pictures in this book show some of the common hazards of the home and what boys and girls can do to prevent fires from these causes. The pictures are in outline for coloring with crayons.
Pick up Sparky's -oloring book at the Fire Department and learn about fire prevention.


THE INDIAN







-Saturday, 29 September 1956


TIM JNDiAN


Top Grades Total 2990 Years In Service Marathon... M/SGT And CPO Sport 56 Years..


by Ely U. Orias
Doctors, lawyers and Indian chiefs-are all of these song personalities represented in Gtmo? Guantanamo Bay is devoid of the latter group, Instead, the Base has Navy chiefs and Marine master sergeants!
There are on the Base 230 chief petty officers and four Marine master sergeants-a rank in the Marine Corps equivalent to the Navy's chief.
These chiefs and master sergeants have an aggregate military service of 2,990 years, with one master sergeant already having served in his outfit for a continuous period of 29 years, while a Navy chief boasts an uninterrupted service totalling 27 years.


Top 232 Base E-7's


In effect these two servicemen are the oldest in their respective outfit in point of military service longevity, with the master sergeant topping all of them in the service marathon.
Youngest in this group are seven chief petty officers who enlisted in the Navy in 1947. Each one of them is credited with only nine years of service.
Master sergeant Edward J. Smith of the Gtmo Marine Barracks who shipped-over yesterday for another two years, is now on his 29th year with the Marine Corps, while chief steward Vicente Penoso of the Naval Air Station, is currently serving his 27th year with the Navy. Chief Penoso also shipped-over for another four years on September 13, 1956.
Both Sergeant Smith and Chief Penoso will be retired the moment they reach their respective 30-year mark without regard to the expiration date of their current enlistments.
M/Sgt. Edward J. Smith
Sergeant Smith's military career dates back to September 29, 1927, when he first enlisted in the Marine Corps at Parris Island, South Carolina. After finishing boot training at Parris Island, he was .sent to Nicaragua on January 20, 1928, leaving the place in 1932 after three separate tours in that area. While in Nicaragua, Sgt. Smith was appointed by the U.S. Expeditionary Forces for that ,theater as member of the U.S. Electoral Mission that supervised the first domestic balloting in Nicaragua.
Having actively participated in the activities and programs of the Electoral Mission, Sgt. Smith earned a commendation which reads in part: ". . . Sgt. Smith demonstrated initiative, executive ability, sound judgment, intelligence and tact, thus contributing in a large measure to the success of the Electoral Mission in that Department."
After his Nicaragua tours, Sgt. Smith was assigned to Coco Solo, Panama and in 1933, he went back to the States. In 1934, Sgt. Smith got another overseas assignment. At this time he found himself at Guantanamo Bay where he stayed until 1936.
Recalls Early Guantanamo Bay
Sgt. Smith recalls his stay in Gtmo during the mid-30's. He can


still vividly picture the existence of one wooden barracks erected on Fisherman's Point where the 125 Marine enlisted force was headquartered. He also said that the dependents' housing at that time was only composed of seven units, two of which were for enlisted personnel, while the other five were occupied by officers.
Continuing his recollections, Sgt. Smith made mention of Gtmo Bay's Base Police at the time as a mounted patrol as against today's jeep cruisers, a golf course at McCalla Field and that the present Marine Site was a veritable jungle.
Stationed at different U.S. overseas bastions after his Gtmo tour, Sgt. Smith went to battle in WWII with the famed Fifth and Sixth Divisions in their separate campaigns in the Pacific. The American conquest of Okinawa found Sgt. Smith on the battlefront - for which action, he was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation.
Becomes Warrant
Promoted to master sergeant in 1942, Sgt. Smith was appointed, by an act of Congress, to the rank of Warrant Officer in 1943. He held this rank until 1946 when he was reverted to the enlisted rank of master sergeant.
Now in his second tour of duty with the Marine Barracks at Gtmo, Sgt. Smith reported aboard that command on July 1, 1955. He is currently holding the position as Marine Barracks Post Supply Chief.
The be-ribboned and medal-studded sergeant is a native of Trenton, New Jersey, and is married to the former Louise Parris of Spartanburg, South Carolina. The Smiths are childless and they plan to retire at Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, on December 30, 1957, when Sgt. Smith will be due for retirement. He will be retired with the rank of Warrant Officer.
Chief Vicente Penoso
This is the man who struck-itrich a month ago when he won the succulent sum of $20,000 in Cuba.
Chief steward's mate Vicente Penoso is presently in charge of the. messing facility at the Naval Air Station BOQ.
An all-around athlete and sportsman, Chief Penoso was declared the highest league average scorer in the Benmoreell Bowling League


MSgt E. J. Smith, receives congratulations line, Marine Barracks, after Sgt Smith was years. Mrs. Smith looks on.


at Norfolk, Virginia in 1954, winner of the NAS, Lakehurst, New Jersey Table Tennis Tournament in 1948 and champion at the Fourth Naval District's Bowling Tourney held at Lakehurst, New Jersey in 1950. He was also a member of the Base tennis team that represented the Tenth Naval District in the All-Navy Tennis Tournament held at Newport, Rhode Island sometime last month.
Ardent Sportsman
The 49 year old Filipino (now an American citizen) is still active in the local world of sports, participating regularly in tennis workouts, bowling and softball intramurals, etc.
A world war two veteran, Chief


Rags And Bags
A dance presaging this year's haloween was held at the Marine Staff NCO Club Saturday evening, September 22, with Melody Mal and his Country Squires attending.
Dubbed as "Hard Times Rags and Bags Dance" the affair belied its basic intent, chiefly because those who attended the occasion garbed themselves in styles which indicated nothing but affluence.
A buffet supper was served to the members and guest members of the club. Commencing at 8:00 o'clock, the raggers and baggers ended their dancing festivities at midnite.
-mong those present at the "Hard Times R & B Dance" were: Chief lithographer and Mrs. E. Trytek, Bob Edwards, Mrs. L. B. Allen, John Christianson, R. J. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Carter, Al Sturm and a host


Fleet Camera Party Photo from LT Col W. C. Estersworn in for another two


Penoso recounts with pardonable pride his gallantry when he saved in 1934 the life of a naval officer who was injured in a maritime collision. The officer was badly hurt below decks of the USS CHICAGO and Chief Penoso, who was the last man to answer the skipper's order to "make preparation to abandon ship" stuck by the officer and applied first aid and tourniquet to the fallen officerthus saving the officer's life from possible death.
For his gallantry and love to his shipmates especially at a time when his life was also at stake, Chief Penoso was commended by the Secretary of the Navy: "A Job Heroically Done."


BBQ At Yateras Today
The Guantanamo Local No. 51, otherwise known as the Gtmo Association of Supervisors, will hold a Pork-Bar-B-Q at Yateras Beach all day today.
All members of the association are requested to atend. It's an "All-You-Can-Eat-Party" for only $1.50.
Children of members will be admitted to the Pork-Bar-B-Q circle free-provided they are under 12 years old. Those over 12 will be charged the same amount-$1.50.
of others.
Meanwhile, at the CPO .Club Friday evening, September 21, the American. Iegion and A=liary sponsored and installation dinnerdance which drew a dancing crowd of approximately 150 persons. The dance which began at 9:00 o'clock and ended at midnight, was preceded by a Turkey dinner.


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Public Works Center

The Electrical Trades Division and Chief Quarterman W. Sheppard were presented letters of commendation by the Commanding Officer in recognition for outstanding achievements in industrial safety. This Division has operated for a period of over 1000 days without a lost time accident or injury. The record indicates that each man of the Electrical Division is well aware of the need for accident prevention, is "Safety Conscious" in performing his own work, and is actively participating in making the shop a safer place for his fellow employees. A "well done" is extended to Mr. W. Sheppard and all personnel of his Division for their outstanding accomplishment.
Be A "Ten Percenter"
The attention of all Base Residents is invited to the nightly phenomenon of the "dimming lights". When your house lights dim, it means that our overtaxed power plants are straining to carry the electrical load placed upon them by electric stoves, refrigerators, appliances of all sorts, TV sets and the essential lighting that makes your home a cheerful nook for scanning the INDIAN. All of these electrical usages are necessary to each of us but all too often we are wasteful in our use of them. We all forget to turn off the lights on the porch, or maybe the TV when we go out back to sit in the yard-or perhaps the fans and lights are left on when we go to the movies. All of our generators are running full-time, which means we have no spares to help when repairs are required. You can help us to serve you better if we could cut our electrical usage by 10%. We could then be assured of constant service by maintaining the generators properly. Let's all cooperate and see if we can hit the 10% mark this next month.
Farewell & Hello
The Center this week bid farewell to one of our key personnel, Mr. Black, who served as Special Assistant to the Commanding Officer. Mr. & Mrs. Black have transferred to Yokasuka, Japan, where Mr. Black will supervise the Contract and Construction Division for the Officer in Charge of Construction. Also departing for the States are Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Walmsley whose husbands have received their transfer orders. In bidding the Adieu, we take pleasure in welcoming Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Paulson, who will fill their vacated positions.
Cigars were in order this past week as LTJG and Mrs. Griffin became the proud parents of "Frederick Pearce Griffin". Congratulations to the parents and a full happy life to Frederick.
Don't forget the 10%.


Devil - Dog Doin's
by Pfc Herb Bailey
The Barracks Legal Section lost its head man last week when Sgt Spencer left for duty with the Second Marine Division. He was ably replaced by Cpl Coates, who came to us from legal section in the Sixth Marine Regiment.
You've all heard of the coming production, "SPIRIT OF THE NAVY". Now, could there be a spirit of the Navy without the Marine Corps? Of course not! That's why Pfc's Bailey and Straub of the Barracks Personnel Office were called upon the portray two combat Marines in the South Pacific area.
Saturday the "HOBOES" suffered another defeat in the Barracks Softball League at the hands of the "old men" of the Command, the "STRIKEOUTS". When the dust settled, the final score was 7 to 4. That leaves the "ANGELS" still out in front, the "STRIKE"BUMS" third, and the "HOBOES" covering the rear.
All this week, if you hear howls and screams and simulated gunfire from the direction of KITTERY BEACH and the GOLF COURSE AREA, there's no need for alarm, for its just the Barracks Training Sections holding night Scouting and Patrolling Problems in keeping with one of the Corps' oldest traditions, "to keep Battle-Ready in War or Peace".


CPOs Still Lead

Intra-Mural League
The CPO Softball Team is still at the top and yet unbeaten in the Naval Station Intramural Softball League Standings. These were upto-date as of 25 Sept.


Team
Chief Petty Officers 1-4-7-Commissary Security Activity AFDL-47 Fifth Division Second Division Sea Bees Electronics Fleet Camera Party


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Sunday, Septeml
RADM W. G. Cooper, Base, left Guantanamo past Tuesday 25 Sept., f ington, D.C. to transa business. Members of the party were CAPT H. N Commanding Officer Pub Center and CAPT G. L. K manding Officer Naval Ai The group is scheduled to the Base Sunday after


Won Lost


VU-10 Prop Blast F T G &F T C Bulletin


Following the Commanding Officer's personnel inspection last Saturday morning, CDR S.R. Stanul presented individual trophies to the members of the Mallard baseball team. Awards were presented to: J. S. Postal, AN; M. Smith, AN; R. B. Smith, AT2; LTJG P. L. Smith; E. Montgomery, AT3; LTJG F. X. Azzarita; LCDR C. S. Ferguson; R.A. Swartz, AM3; S. T. Striegel, ADI; J.H. Pruett IV; LT E. N. Bouffard; LTJG C. W. King; and J. A. Peakus, AD3.
Individual medals will be presented to the following Mallard players who were members of the 10th Naval District All-Star team; J. S. Postal, E. Montgomery, S. Smith and J.A. Peakus.
During the past week F. G. Cooper, PH3, and J. T. Lynch, PH3, were detached from the squadron for return to the States and separation from the naval service at NAS Jacksonville.
H.R. Tukness and R.B. Davis, both AEAN's, reported aboard from NAS Jacksonville and M.B. Rautio, ATAN, arrived from training with NaTechTraCen, Memphis, Tenn. L.T. Morgan, ABAN, joins the Mallards following sea duty aboard the USS Tarawa.
Congratulations to Billy J. Monday, AN, and Melvin T. Waters, AN, who have successfully completed GED tests through the Armed Forces Institute which will accredit them for high school certificates.



Heavy Activity In Oct.

At Fleet Training Grp

During the coming month of October, the shipriders of the Fleet Training Group will experience another month of intensive activity.
Approximately 50 ships, including some that are already present in the bay are scheduled to undergo training and conduct operations.


4 7 The USS SARATOGA, world's 2 9 largest carrier, is scheduled to
leave Gtmo on October 12, with the USS F.D. ROOSEVELT leaveturns ing October 18.
During the past week, the USS er 30 CANBERRA the second guided
missile ship arrived and will be ComNav- in the bay until early December. Bay the
or Wash- Other ships arriving during the et official month of October *include the USS Admiral's L A K-E CHAMPLAIN, CVA-39,
Wallin, USs VALLEY FORGE, CVA-45, lie Works a Cuban ship, the JOSEY MARTI, ohr, Corn- PE-301, the USS MITCHER, DLr Station. 2, two Coast Gvsrd ships ,five to return minesweepers and approximately moon. 18 other vessels.


With the bowling season opening next month there is considerable talk of averages, team names and handicaps around FTG. It looks as though there will be 6 FTG entries. 3 in the enlisted league, FTG-1, FTG-2 and FTG-3 and also 3 in the Officers' league, The Smoothbores from Gunnery, the Pluggers from Damage Control and the Erasures from Administration.
LT R.G. Hylind, USN, reported on board last week from USS MACON (CA-132). His wife and 5 children are eagerly awaiting transportation. LT Hylind was assigned to the Gunnery Department.
On September the 16th J. W. Lindsay, SOCA, Fleet Training Group, and E.J. Grant, RDCA, Fleet Training Center, received their long awaited advancement to Chief and were duly initiated at appropriate ceremonies at the CPO Club.
In the piscatorial field, Chiefs Witt and Bailey are way ahead in the meat-in-the-pot division with 4 and 27 pound snappers caught last Saturday night.
R. M. Cousins, ETCA, Fleet Training Center and Mrs. Cousins depart Gtmo on 30 September after a stay of 3 months. Chief Cousins will report to USS TANNER (AGS-15) for duty.
Commander and Mrs. J. B. Sweeny,, Jr. and their 7 year old daughter Sally arrived in Gtmo via the early morning FLAW flight 25 September. The Sweenys are temporarily residing in one of the Naval Exchange quonset huts and will move to Marina Point in the near future. Commander Sween's last duty was Commanding Officer, USS F I S K E (DDR-842). The Sweeny family resided in Newport, Rhode Island prior to coming to Gtmo. He is to relieve Commander George Gardes as head of the CIC Department this week. Commander Gardes expects to leave Gtmo Tuesday and report to The Fleet Air Defense Center, Dam Neck, Virginia as Training Officer.
J. T. Kenny, FPC joined the Group from USS RUSHMORE (LSD-14). Kenny has previously served with Ship Salvage Units at Casablanca, Palermo, Naples, Anzio, Cherbourg, and Manila.


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The INDIAN Covers With Mathematical Angle... USS SARATOGA CVA-60 OPEN HOUSE


Sunday School Rally Tomorrow

A Sunday School Rally Day which is expected to boost attendance over the 700 mark has been set for tomorrow. The Protestant 1100 service in the Base Chapel will consist of a worship program by the various departments of the Sunday School including nursery through high school ages.
Rally Day is intended to give parents an idea of what is being done in the Sunday School as well as to give the children a sense of participation in the church.
The bus schedule for Sunday School will be about one hour later than usual. Children should be at bus stops by 10:00 a.m. They will assemble as usual on Victory Hill and Chapel Hill, meeting at 10:30 a.m. instead of theusual 9:30 a.m. The service in the Chapel will begin at 11:00 a.m. Children who attend Sunday School on Victory Hill will be returned there as soon as their part of the service is completed. Buses will pick up children at Victory Hill at noon for return to their homes and will pick up children at Chapel Hill a few minutes later. Parents who normally pick up their children following Sunday School may do so at 12 noon on Victory Hill and about 12:10 p.m. at Chapel Hill.
The nursery normally open for the care of small children during the 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon service will be closed since the supervisors will be participating in the Chapel service.


Dental Explorer
by Wally Jenkins
CAPT Bernard H. Faubion, DC, USN, Deputy Chief of the Dental Division, BuMed, visited the Dental Clinic on September 24. CAPT Faubion accompanied RADM B. W. Hogan, Chief of Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, U.S. Navy, for the dedication ceremonies of the new hospital.
CAPT John B. Stoll has departed and CAPT William J. Harrison is our new Executive officer. CAPT Stoll will report to the Naval Auxiliary Air S t a t i o n, Kingsville, Texas.
Bernard M. Ax, DT3, reported aboard for duty. Ax calls Pittsburgh, Pa., his home.

The brother on the farm replied: "Yesterday we buggied to town and baseballed all the afternoon. Then we went to Ned's, pokered until morning. Today we muled out to the cornfield and gehawed until sundown.


This pictorial coverage on the USS SARATOGA's open house held Sunday afternoon, September 23, shows Base residents, top left, being transported into the inner sanctum of the giant ship where living quarters, mess decks, recreation rooms, etc. are situated. Top right-at the officers' quarterdeck located on the starboard side cf the hangar deck amidships, the visitors pose for posterity with the ship's Officer Roster Board providing the backdrop.
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Bottom left, wives and children enjoy the soothing atmosphere within the four-bunk, compartamentalized living quarters assigned to enlisted personnel. Iron and ironing board is one of the 200 ironing sets aboard the ship. Bottom right, first class journalist Richard A. Graddick, SARATOGA's Assistant Public Information Officer, explains to members of Gtmo's Boy Scouts Troop 435 the mechanical complexities of a Banshee jet.
1,000 Visit Sara
Approximately 1,000 Base residents of all ages paid homage to the immortal SARATOGA-United States largest floating airfield!
SARATOGA's show-stopper is the ship itself. Among the ship's show-stealers include the huge flight deck which is punctuated by an angled-type runway, a colossal hangar deck which houses 100 jets, four basketball courts, etc., tiled and air-conditioned enlisted men's berthing quarters, elevators, and the ship's island on the flight deck which houses the pilot and captain's plot which are provided with 206 windshields each equipped with wipers.
INDIAN Mathematics
For a person who is five foot, seven inches in height, it takes 452 normal walk-steps within a period of three and a half minutes to negotiate the ship's flight deck
-bow to stern! And walking across amidships, it requires 117 gaits.
With a length of 1,039 feet, the SARATOGA equals the stretch of eight lamp posts on Sherman Avenue. Total cost of the ship is equivalent to the value of four brand new light cruisers plus two destroyer escorts. SARA's birth made Uncle Sam poorer by $207 million.
The SARATOGA left Monday morning, September 24, for Port au Prince, Haiti. Carrying 3,500 officers and men, the mighty ship will once again adorn Gtmo harbor with her beauty, strength and size when she weighs anchor on Oetober 4.


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THE INDIAN


Navy-BPPO-IOND-Guantanamo


Cinema - Scoop

by Don Hinton
Ingrid Bergman returns to the U.S. screen in the near future. Her absence from the screen has certainly been too long, at least in this quarter. Bergman's comeback vehicle, by the way, will be "Anastasia," based on the hit play, with Yul Brynner and Helen Hayes costarred.
From now on never use this column as a guide for what is playing at the NavSta Lyceum. I'm changing my system!
The Killing (Harris-Kubrick, released through U.A.), is my personal pick of the week! Here is another one of those low budget bits that is saved only through its excellent acting and directing. The story concerns a gang of criminals who plan to make their "killing" by robbing a racetrack. The suspense is terrific and the performances of Sterling Hayden, Colleen Gray, Vince Edwards and Marie Windsor are very good.
Nightmare (release through U. A.) . . . Edward G. Robinson and Kevin McCarthy . . . crime melodrama . . . no info on this one, but some of the mags are rating it good and it should be with Eddie Robinson starring!
Fury At Gunsight Pass (Col) . Richard Long ... the usual Friday night western which I'll insist to the day I leave here is no good, but that everyone likes. I bow down to the public's superior? ? judgement!
Four others playing this week that have already been here are:
Green Fire (MGM, in color) . . . Grace Kelly, Stewart Granger and Paul Douglas . . . one of Kelly's worst, it is the story of two adventurers and their encounter with a South American coffee plantation owner, Miss K . . . Kelly fans will still get that old thrill, however.
Crooked Web (Col) . . . Frank Lovejoy and Mari Blanchard . . * crime melodrama . . . not so hot.
Bring Your Smile Along (Col, in color) ... Frankie Laine and Keefe Braselle . . . musical, which you Laine fans might enjoy.
Night Of the Hunter (released through U.A.) . .. Robert Mitchum, Shelly Winters and Lillian Gish ... suspense thriller based on the novel ... GREAT!!! See it if you haven't! ! !


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October 26 - 27


Saturday, September 29 1:00 Winkly Dink and You 1:30 Zoo Parade 2:00 Captain Gallant 2:30 Godfrey Time 3:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 8:30 Dollar A Second 4:00 Trouble In Texas 5:00 Big Picture 5:30 Dunniger 6:00 Harry Owens 6:30 Beat the Clock 7:00 Goerge Gobel 7:30 Hit Parade 8:00 Comedy Hour 9:00 Goodyear TV Playhousf
Sunday, September 30 1:00 Paul Winchell 1:30 Penny to A Million 2:00 That's My Boy 2:30 Two For the Money 3:00 Frontiers of Faith 3:30 Mr. Peepers 4:00 Milton Berle 5:00 You Asked For It 5:30 Sunday News 5:45 Industry On Parade


6:00 You Are There 6:30 What's My Line 7:00 Stage Show 7:30 Loretta Young 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 Pontiac Hour Monday, October 1 5:30 News Parade 5:45 Eddie Fisher 6:00 Medic 6:30 Talent Scouts 7:00 My Favorite Husband 7:30 Highway Patrol 8:00 Sid Caesar 9:00 Studio One Tuesday, October 2 5:30 News Parade 5:45 Godfrey Time 6:00 $64,000 Challenge 6:30 Stop the Music 7:00 Meet Millie 7:30 Russ Morgan 8:00 Martha Raye 9:00 U.S. Steel Hour Wednesday, October 3 5:30 News Parade 5:45 Speech by Congressmal


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6:00 Ozzie and Harriett 6:30 People Are Funny 7:00 Republican Speech 7:30 I've Got A Secret 8:00 Appointment With
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8:80 Godfrey and Friends 9:00 Kraft TV Theater Thursday, October 4 6:30 News Parade 5:45 Godfrey Time 6:00 This Is Your Life 6:30 Big Town 7:00 Bob Cummings 7:30 Playhouse of Stars 8:00 Bob Hope 9:00 Climax Friday, October 5 5:30 News Parade 5:45 Eddie Fisher 6:00 Truth or Consequences 6:30 Masquerade Party 7:00 Life of Riley 7:30 Johnny Carson 8:00 Armstrong Circle
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9:00 Boxing


MGive Your Toys Now


Saturday, September 29
NavSta-Bring Your Smile Along-90 min. NAS-Far Horizons-107 min. Mar. Site-Pearl of the South Pacific106 min.
Villa.-Gamma People-97 min. MCB-1-Three For Jamie Dawn-102 min. Lwd. Pt.-Serenade-133 min.
Sunday, September 30 NavSta-Green Fire-100 min. NAS-Bring Your Smile Along Mar. Site-Over-Exposed-96 min. Villa.-Pearl of the South Pacific MCB-1-Gamma People Lwd. Pt.-Three For Jamie Dawn
Monday, October 1 NavSta-Crooked Web-96 min. NAS-Green Fire Mar. Site-Far Horizons Villa.-Over-Exposed MCBI--Pearl of the South Pacific Lwd. Pt.-Gamma People
Tuesday, October 2
NavSat-Night of the Hunter-98 min. NAS Crooked Web Mar. Site-Bring Your Smile Along Villa.-Far Horizons MCB-1--Over-Exposed Lwd .Pt.-Pearl of the South Pacific
Wednesday, October 3 NavSta-Killing-100 min. NAS-Night of the Hunter Mar.Site-Green Fire Villa.-Bring Your Smile Along MCB-1-Far Horizons Lwd. Pt.-Over-Exposed
Thursday, October 4 NavSta-Nightmare-100 min. NAS Killing
Mar. Site-Crooked Web Villa.-Green Fire MCB-1-Bring Your Smile Along Lwd. Pt.-Far Horizons
Friday, October 5
NavSta-Fury At Gunsight Pass-95 min. NAS-Nightmare Mar. Site-Night of the Hunter Villa.-Crooked Web MCB.1-Green Fire Lwd. Pt.-Bring Your Smile Along

The firm's president was a bit curious about a cutie just hired as a secretary by a vice president.
"Can she add, or type, or take shorthand?" he asked.
"No," said the VP. "But she certainly can distract."


There is still time to donate any broken or unused toys in the annual Christmas Toy Drive sponsored by the Trading Post. Collection boxes have been installed in front of each of the Exchanges on the Base, These toys will be repaired and painted by the Naval Base Firemen and the Naval Station Hobby Shop. They will then be placed on sale to Base residents at times and places to be annuonced later.


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Cubana Airlines'Starts Base To Santiago Flights Friday COVERS GTMO LIKE THE SUNSHINE U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. VII, No. 39 Saturday, 29 September 1956 INDIAN Photo RADM W. G. Cooper ComNavBase, addresses the assembled group at the dedication of the new Base hospital. RADM Cooper delivered the introductory reniarks at the ceremonies and also introduced the visiting dignitaries. Hospital Opens As 200 Hear Speeches And Tour Facilities Dedication ceremonies for the new Base hospital were held Monday morning, September 24, at 1000, with 200 people present. Highlights of the ceremonies included introductory remarks and the introduction of distinguished guests by RADM W. G. Cooper, Commander Naval Base, and an address by the Honorable Frank B. Berry, Assistant Secretary of Defense, Health and Medicine. RADM B. W. Hogan, MC, Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery delivered the dedication address and presented the hospital to CAPT L. A. Newton, Commanding Officer, Base hospital. Following the dedication ceremonies an open house was held for the benefit of Base residents and visitors. Approximately 175 people toured the new building during the open house. The new hospital is scheduled to be in full operation within the next two weeks, which includes the move from the present site to the new building. The football season is once again in full swing. The INDIAN will present a short resume of collegiate football each week during the present season. Notre Dame met defeat at the hands of Southern Methodist, last week, receiving a 19-13 punishment. Syracuse, another underdog toppled the favored Maryland 26-12. Also, for the first time in 25 years, South Carolina defeated Duke, 7-0. Other scores last week were: Georgia Tech 14, Kentucky 6; Pitt 14, W. Va. 13; So. Calif. 44, Texas 20; Rice 20, Alabama 13; No. Carolina State 26, No. Carolina 6; Texas Christian 32, Kansas 0; Oregon State 19, Missouri 13 and Baylor 7, California 6. Today's games include: California at Illinois; Duke at Virginia; Georgia Tech at Southern Methodist; Iowa at Indiana; Iowa State at Northwestern; Kentucky at Florida; Marquette at Wisconsin; Maryland at Wake Forrest; and Michigan State at Stanford. Other games to be played today are: Nebraska at Ohio State; North Carolina at Oklahoma; Oklahoma A&M at Arkansas; Oregon State at Southern California; Penn at Penn State; Syracuse at West Virginia; Texas A&M at L.S.U.; U.C.L.A. at Michigan; V.M.I. at Army and William and Mary at Navy. Keep tuned to WGBY for -the latest football scores. PTA Skeds 2nd Meet Tuesday The second PTA meeting of the School year will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, 2 October at the open air auditorium on Chapel Hill. There will be an open discussion on the proposal to join with the National Congress of PTA. The President, LCDR Bayer will give a short talk on "Cooperation between Teacher and Parent and how the Parent can help his Child in School." Refreshments will be served after the business meeting. Makes Possible Off-Base Liberty From Friday To Sunday Nights A regularly scheduled weekend commercial flight service from the Base to Santiago de Cuba and return, will be inaugurated by the Cubana Airlines next Friday evening, October 5, according to a disclosure made by CDR Bruce M. Barackman of the Naval Air Station Operations department. The plane will depart at McCalla airfield every Friday evening at 6:10 and will leave Santiago for its return flight to the Base every Sunday evening at 10:30. INDIAN To Run All Skaters Now Pay Football Review Under New System The Naval Station Special Services Office has announced hours and prices for the Skating Rink designed to make the rink available a greater number of hours. Family night will remain on Tuesday as usual from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. However, there will be a charge of 10 cents per person, both children and adults. It will be open from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays and from 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Saturdays. The charge on these days is 25 cents per person. Dependents are welcome at all times other than Family Night when the skating rink is not filled to capacity by Fleet Personnel. WGBY-TV To Air Candidates' Plank President Eisenhower and Democratic Presidential Candidate Adlai Stevenson have both been scheduled to deliver transcribed and major political addresses over WGBY-Radio and WGBY-TV on Wednesday, 3 Oct. WGBY-Radio will commence the address at 5:05 p.m. while WGBY-TV will televise the video version at 7:00 p.m. These speeches have been recorded especially for members of the Armed Forces overseas. The Secretary of Defense has invited both major political parties to provide overseas members of the Armed Forces suitable recordings of special addresses by candidates and Party spokesmen for airing to our Armed Forces Radio and Television Service. Following President Eisenhower's speech over WGBY-TV will be a film showing a typical day in the life of a member of Congress. The film urges everyone in uniform to become familiar with both issues and candidates in the coming elections and then to vote in the best interests of our country. 6 It was agreed at the conference among Cubana Airlines representatives and Base authorities held on the Base last week that only one plane will take off for Santiago each weekend. However, a second flight may be added to the regular schedule if passengers no less than 15 in number are available for the second plane. Special Charters And as for special charters, Cubana Airlines has agreed to schedule a plane anytime, anywhere. But the airline company stipulated that in order to sustain this charter service, the plane has to take off with no less than 24 passengers and that two days advance notice be given the company for this purpose. Flying time from the Base to Santiago is 25 minutes. The fare for one way is $5. while a roundtrip passage costs $9. Base authorities reported that the establishment of this private air line service is intended to accommodate military and American civilians and their dependents desiring off-base liberty and recreation. Booking Office The Naval Station Special Services department has been designated as the booking office where flight reservations and purchase of tickets are to be made. NavSta Special Services office will also undertake the promotion of the commercial flight operations on the local angle. Taking full cognizance in the take-off and landing operations of the Cubana plane as well as the control of its air traffic is the Naval Air Station Operations department. Stateside TV Editors Arrive Here Oct. 2 Approximtaely .30 television editors and writers will arrive aboard the Base on October 2. The purpose of the visit is to view operations aboard the USS F. D. ROOSEVELT. The material obtained by these men will then be used in producing the "Navy Log" television program.

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Saturday, 29 September 1956 Page Two THE INDIAN The Indian's mission-To inform and entertain all hands; to serve as a possible factor in promoting the efficiency, welfare, and contentment of personnel. RADM WILLIAM G. COOPER, Commander, Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. CAPT G. M. HOLLEY, Chief of Staff CAPT WILLIAM R. CARUTHERS, C.O. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Editorial Staff LCDR K. S. Dick -------------------------------Officer-Adviser G. L. Henderson, JOC -------------------------------------Editor J. C. Curren, JOSN ----------------------------Managing Editor E. U. Orias, J03 -------------------------------Feature Editor D. D. Hinton, JOSN -----------------------------Staff Reporter THE INDIAN is published weekly at the Naval Station in accordance with NavExos P35, Revised Nov. 1945, and financed with non-appropriated funds. Materials marked AFPS may be used by news media provided credit is given. Features marked "copyright" may not be used. All materials originated by THE INDIAN may be used in whole or in part or without credit. All photographs are official U.S. Navy photos unless otherwise credited. The Importance Of Cooperation In geometry, there is a law that says, "The whole is equal to the sum of its parts." It's a simple idea, but it applies to much more than just circles and squares on a school blackboard. Put together some pieces of metal and a few tiny jewels and they make a watch; assemble pistons, crankshaft, valves, etc. and you have an engine; weld two dozen top athletes into a team and you have a championship baseball club. All these examples have two things in common; the end results seem much more impressive than the parts they're made of-but they would be worthless if one part failed. Nowhere is the importance of cooperation greater than in the Armed Forces. The entire structure of the service is built on the foundation of individual contributions in every rank and job. When a man is transferred to a new position, he immediately becomes part of a new unit, and the way he does his job reflects in the ratings of the entire group. There are few "glory spots" in the service, places where men can be prima donnas and show off their talents. The glory goes to the whole organization when its mission is accomplished. To every man who does his job faithfully day by day, it is reward snough to know that his contribution, big or small, is a vital part of the great whole that guards America. (AFPS) Hospital Dedication Speech Editor's Note: The following is the text, in part, of the address RADM B. W. Hogan, Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, delivered at the dedication ceremonies of the new Base hospital, Monday, September 24. On an occasion like this, when we are met together to dedicate to the care of our officers, men, and their dependents what already is a standing testimony to the beneficence of our Government, I am reminded that the foremost dedication address in all our American eloquence took possibly but three minutes for its delivery and less than three hundred (300) words for its thought embodiment. I am referring, as you no doubt have surmised, to the famous Gettysburg address of Lincoln. Would that I could bring to this function his fine artistry of expression with which he graced-and even immortalized-that renowned dedication. But lacking as I do this talent of his, it remains for me to emulate him in his more attainable ideal of brevity. Before me, to begin with, is this assembled and inspiring representation of our illustrious Navy. Behind me, our new and most efficient hospital -a monument and superlative tribute to the versatile proficiency of its architects and to the skill of its construction experts. And all about me the loveliness and charm of this historic island-the Pearl of the Antilles-which shares with us of the mainland the one same heritageour common debt of discovery by the peerless Columbus. A story has occurred to me with which I might bring my remarks to a fitting close. Among the surgeons who accompanied the troops of Napoleon was one who has left us a very Christian example. He used to keep a case history of each soldier he attended and was one of the very first of the profession to do so. Each history closed with the one same entry: I dressed the wound, and God healed it. If we here at our new hospital do our part in the same uplifted spirit in which he did his, it will not be long before the whole world will be hearing of the consummate success of the U. S. Naval Hospital at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Tots Tell Of Fire Hazards Sunday, 23 September 1956 CATHOLIC MASSES Sunday: 0700-Naval Base Chapel 000-Naval Base Chapel 1230-Naval Base Chapel Mon. through Fri.: 1645-Naval Base Chapel Saturday: 0800-Naval Base Chapel Confesslons-1700 -1800, 1900 -2000, and daily before Mass PROTESTANT SERVICES Sunday: 0980-Sunday School 0930-Adult Bible Class Open Air Assembly 1100-Protestant Divine Worship-Naval Base Chapel 1900-Fellowship Hour-Open Air Aasembly Thursday:1900-Choir Rehearsal JEWISH SERVICES Friday: 1900-Naval Base Chapel CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday: 1000-Bible Study-Community Auditerlom 1045-Worship Service--Com. munity Auditorium LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday: 1100-Naval Station Library CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Sunday: 1000-Naval Station Library Calendar of Event: Saturday, September 29 Catholic Catechism Classes-Naval Base School-1000 Monday, October 1 Military Payday-all Military personnel Supervisor's Association-NavSta Training Office-1900 Tuesday, October 2 Villamar/Bargo Council-I&E Office -1930 PTA Meeting-Chapel Hill Auditorium -1930 Wednesday, October 3 Boy Scout Meeting-Chapel Hill Auditorium-1830 Toastmaster's Club-Officers' Club-1830 Rifle and Pistol Club-Community Auditorium-1930 Thursday, October 4 Felloweraft Club 1078-Community Auditorium-1980 Friday, October 5 CPO Wives Club-Family Rzm (CPO Club-2000 CHAPLAINS AT THIS ACTIVITY CDR P. R. McPhee, CHC, USN (Protestant) CDR J. J. Sullivan, CHC, USN (Catholic) INDIAN Photo These young ladies say, "We like Sparky's Coloring Book because it teaches us a lesson in song and story. The pictures in this book show some of the common hazards of the home and what boys and girls can do to prevent fires from these causes. The pictures are in outline for coloring with crayons. Pick up Sparky's coloring book at the Fire Department and learn about fire prevention. THE INDIAN

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Saturday, 29 September 1956 0 THE INDIAN Top Grades Total 2990 Years In Service Marathon .. M/SGT And CPO Sport 56 Years. by Ely U. Orias Top 232 Base E-Ts Doctors, lawyers and Indian chiefs-are all of these song personalities represented in Gtmo ? Guantanamo Bay is devoid of the latter group. Instead, the Base has Navy chiefs and Marine master sergeants! There are on the Base 230 chief petty officers and four Marine master sergeants-a rank in the Marine Corps equivalent to the Navy's chief. These chiefs and master sergeants have an aggregate military service of 2,990 years, with one master sergeant already having served in his outfit for a continuous period of 29 years, while a Navy chief boasts an uninterrupted service totalling 27 years. In effect these two servicemen are the oldest in their respective outfit in point of military service longevity, with the master sergeant topping all of them in the service marathon. Youngest in this group are seven chief petty officers who enlisted in the Navy in 1947. Each one of them is credited with only nine years of service. Master sergeant Edward J. Smith of the Gtmo Marine Barracks who shipped-over yesterday for another two years, is now on his 29th year with the Marine Corps, while chief steward Vicente Penoso of the Naval Air Station, is currently serving his 27th year with the Navy. Chief Penoso also shipped-over for another four years on September 13, 1956. Both Sergeant Smith and Chief Penoso will be retired the moment they reach their respective 30-year mark without regard to the expiration date of their current enlistments. M/Sgt. Edward J. Smith Sergeant Smith's military career dates back to September 29, 1927, when he first enlisted in the Marine Corps at Parris Island, South Carolina. After finishing boot training at Parris Island, he was sent to Nicaragua on January 20, 1928, leaving the place in 1932 after three separate tours in that area. While in Nicaragua, Sgt. Smith was appointed by the U.S. Expeditionary Forces for that theater as member of the U.S. Electoral Mission that supervised the first domestic balloting in Nicaragua. Having actively participated in the activities and programs of the Electoral Mission, Sgt. Smith earned a commendation which reads in part: ". ..Sgt. Smith demonstrated initiative, executive ability, sound judgment, intelligence and tact, thus contributing in a large measure to the success of the Electoral Mission in that Department." After his Nicaragua tours, Sgt. Smith was assigned to Coco Solo, Panama and in 1933, he went back to the States. In 1934, Sgt. Smith got another overseas assignment. At this time he found himself at Guantanamo Bay where he stayed until 1936. Recalls Early Guantanamo Bay Sgt. Smith recalls his stay in Gtmo during the mid-30's. He can still vividly picture the existence of one wooden barracks erected on Fisherman's Point where the 125 Marine enlisted force was headquartered. He also said that the dependents' housing at that time was only composed of seven units, two of which were for enlisted personnel, while the other five were occupied by officers. Continuing his recollections, Sgt. Smith made mention of Gtmo Bay's Base Police at the time as a mounted patrol as against today's jeep cruisers, a golf course at McCalla Field and that the present Marine Site was a veritable jungle. Stationed at different U.S. overseas bastions after his Gtmo tour, Sgt. Smith went to battle in WWII with the famed Fifth and Sixth Divisions in their separate campaigns in the Pacific. The American conquest of Okinawa found Sgt. Smith on the battlefront -for which action, he was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation. Becomes Warrant Promoted to master sergeant in 1942, Sgt. Smith was appointed, by an act of Congress, to the rank of Warrant Officer in 1943. He held this rank until 1946 when he was reverted to the enlisted rank of master sergeant. Now in his second tour of duty with the Marine Barracks at Gtmo, Sgt. Smith reported aboard that command on July 1, 1955. He is currently holding the position as Marine Barracks Post Supply Chief. The be-ribboned and medal-studded sergeant is a native of Trenton, New Jersey, and is married to the former Louise Parris of Spartanburg, South Carolina. The Smiths are childless and they plan to retire at Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, on December 30, 1957, when Sgt. Smith will be due for retirement. He will be retired with the rank of Warrant Officer. Chief Vicente Penoso This is the man who struck-itrich a month ago when he won the succulent sum of $20,000 in Cuba. Chief steward's mate Vicente Penoso is presently in charge of the messing facility, at the Naval Air Station BOQ. An all-around athlete and sportsman, Chief Penoso was declared the highest league average scorer in the Benmoreell Bowling League MSgt E. J. Smith, receives congratulations line, Marine Barracks, after Sgt Smith was years. Mrs. Smith looks on. at Norfolk, Virginia in 1954, winner of the NAS, Lakehurst, New Jersey Table Tennis Tournament in 1948 and champion at the Fourth Naval District's Bowling Tourney held at Lakehurst, New Jersey in 1950. He was also a member of the Base tennis team that represented the Tenth Naval District in the All-Navy Tennis Tournament held at Newport, Rhode Island sometime last month. Ardent Sportsman The 49 year old Filipino (now an American citizen) is still active in the local world of sports, participating regularly in tennis workouts, bowling and softball intramurals, etc. A world war two veteran, Chief Fleet Camera Party Photo from LT Col W. C. Estersworn in for another two Penoso recounts with pardonable pride his gallantry when he saved in 1934 the life of a naval officer who was injured in a maritime collision. The officer was badly hurt below decks of the USS CHICAGO and Chief Penoso, who was the last man to answer the skipper's order to "make preparation to abandon ship" stuck by the officer and applied first aid and tourniquet to the fallen officerthus saving the officer's life from possible death. For his gallantry and love to his shipmates especially at a time when his life was also at stake, Chief Penoso was commended by the Secretary of the Navy: "A Job Heroically Done." Rags And Bags BBQ At Yateras Today A dance presaging this year's haloween was held at the Marine Staff NCO Club Saturday evening, September 22, with Melody Mal and his Country Squires attending. Dubbed as "Hard Times Rags and Bags Dance" the affair belied its basic intent, chiefly because those who attended the occasion garbed themselves in styles which indicated nothing but affluence. A buffet supper was served to the members and guest members of the club. Commencing at 8:00 o'clock, the raggers and baggers ended their dancing festivities at midnite. Among those present at the "Hard Times R & B Dance" were: Chief lithographer and Mrs. E. Trytek, Bob Edwards, Mrs. L. B. Allen, John Christianson, R. J. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Carter, Al Sturm and a host The Guantanamo Local No. 51, otherwise known as the Gtmo Association of Supervisors, will hold a Pork-Bar-B-Q at Yateras Beach all day today. All members of the association are requested to atend. It's an "All-You-Can-Eat-Party" for only $1.50. Children of members will be admitted to the Pork-Bar-B-Q circle free-provided they are under 12 years old. Those over 12 will be charged the same amount-$1.50. of others. Meanwhile, at the CPO Club Friday evening, September 21, the American Legion and. Auxiliary sponsored and installation dinnerdance which drew a dancing crowd of approximately 150 persons. The dance which began at 9:00 o'clock and ended at midnight, was preceded by a Turkey dinner. e e Page Three

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M ~rff~ INDIAN Saturday, 29 September 1956 Public Works Center The Electrical Trades Division and Chief Quarterman W. Sheppard were presented letters of commendation by the Commanding Officer in recognition for outstanding achievements in industrial safety. This Division has operated for a period of over 1000 days without a lost time accident or injury. The record indicates that each man of the Electrical Division is well aware of the need for accident prevention, is "Safety Conscious" in performing his own work, and is actively participating in making the shop a safer place for his fellow employees. A "well done" is extended to Mr. W. Sheppard and all personnel of his Division for their outstanding accomplishment. Be A "Ten Percenter" The attention of all Base Residents is invited to the nightly phenomenon of the "dimming lights". When your house lights dim, it means that our overtaxed power plants are straining to carry the electrical load placed upon them by electric stoves, refrigerators, appliances of all sorts, TV sets and the essential lighting that makes your home a cheerful nook for scanning the INDIAN. All of these electrical usages are necessary to each of us but all too often we are wasteful in our use of them. We all forget to turn off the lights on the porch, or maybe the TV when we go out back to sit in the yard-or perhaps the fans and lights are left on when we go to the movies. All of our generators are running full-time, which means we have no spares to help when repairs are required. You can help us to serve you better if we could cut our electrical usage by 10%. We could then be assured of constant service by maintaining the generators properly. Let's all cooperate and see if we can hit the 10% mark this next month. Farewell & Hello The Center this week bid farewell to one of our key personnel, Mr. Black, who served as Special Assistant to the Commanding Officer. Mr. & Mrs. Black have transferred to Yokasuka, Japan, where Mr. Black will supervise the Contract and Construction Division for the Officer in Charge of Construction. Also departing for the States are Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Walmsley whose husbands have received their transfer orders. In bidding the Adieu, we take pleasure in welcoming Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Paulson, who will fill their vacated positions. Cigars were in order this past week as LTJG and Mrs. Griffin became the proud parents of "Frederick Pearce Griffin". Congratulations to the parents and a full happy life to Frederick. Don't forget the 10%. Devil -Dog Doin's by Pfe Herb Bailey The Barracks Legal Section lost its head man last week when Sgt Spencer left for duty with the Second Marine Division. He was ably replaced by Cpl Coates, who came to us from legal section in the Sixth Marine Regiment. You've all heard of the coming production, "SPIRIT OF THE NAVY". Now, could there be a spirit of the Navy without the Marine Corps? Of course not! That's why Pfc's Bailey and Straub of the Barracks Personnel Office were called upon the portray two combat Marines in the South Pacific area. Saturday the "HOBOES" suffered another defeat in the Barracks Softball League at the hands of the "old men" of the Command, the "STRIKEOUTS". When the dust settled, the final score was 7 to 4. That leaves the "ANGELS" still out in front, the "STRIKE"BUMS" third, and the "HOBOES" covering the rear. All this week, if you hear howls and screams and simulated gunfire from the direction of KITTERY BEACH and the GOLF COURSE AREA, there's no need for alarm, for its just the Barracks Training Sections holding night Scouting and Patrolling Problems in keeping with one of the Corps' oldest traditions, "to keep Battle-Ready in War or Peace". CPOs Still Lead Intra-Mural League The CPO Softball Team is still at the top and yet unbeaten in the Naval Station Intramural Softball League Standings. These were upto-date as of 25 Sept. Team Chief Petty Officers 1-4-7-Commissary Security Activity AFDL-47 Fifth Division Second Division Sea Bees Electronics Fleet Camera Party VU-10 Prop Blast F T & F T C Bulletin Following the Commanding Officer's personnel inspection last Saturday morning, CDR S.R. Stanul presented individual trophies to the members of the Mallard baseball team. Awards were presented to: J. S. Postal, AN; M. Smith, AN; R. B. Smith, AT2; LTJG P. L. Smith; E. Montgomery, AT3; LTJG F. X. Azzarita; LCDR C. S. Ferguson; R. A. Swartz, AM3; S. T. Striegel, AD1; J.H. Pruett IV; LT E. N. Bouffard; LTJG C. W. King; and J. A. Peakus, AD3. Individual medals will be presented to the following Mallard players who were members of the 10th Naval District All-Star team; J. S. Postal, E. Montgomery, S. Smith and J. A. Peakus. During the past week F. G. Cooper, PH3, and J. T. Lynch, PH3, were detached from the squadron for return to the States and separation from the naval service at NAS Jacksonville. H. R. Tukness and R. B. Davis, both AEAN's, reported aboard from NAS Jacksonville and M. B. Rautio, ATAN, arrived from training with NaTechTraCen, Memphis, Tenn. L. T. Morgan, ABAN, joins the Mallards following sea duty aboard the USS Tarawa. Congratulations to Billy J. Monday, AN, and Melvin T. Waters, AN, who have successfully completed GED tests through the Armed Forces Institute which will accredit them for high school certificates. Heavy Activity In Oct. At Fleet Training Grp Won Lost During the coming month of 10 0 October, the shipriders of the Fleet 7 2 Training Group will experience an7 other month of intensive activity. 6 4 Approximately 50 ships, includ6 5 sng some that are already present 6 6 in the bay are scheduled to undergo 3 4 training and conduct operations. 4 7 2 9 ComNavBase Returns Sunday, September 30 RADM W. G. Cooper, ComNavBase, left Guantanamo Bay the past Tuesday 25 Sept., for Washington, D.C. to transact official business. Members of the Admiral's party were CAPT H. N. Wallin, Commanding Officer Public Works Center and CAPT G. L. Kohr, Commanding Officer Naval Air Station. The group is scheduled to return to the Base Sunday afternoon. The USS SARATOGA, world's largest carrier, is scheduled to leave Gtmo on October 12, with the USS F. D. ROOSEVELT leaving October 18. During the past week, the USS CANBERRA the second guided missile ship arrived and will be in the bay until early December. Other ships arriving during the month of October include the USS L A KE CHAMPLAIN, CVA-39, USS VALLEY FORGE, OVA-45, a Cuban ship, the JOSE MARTI, PE-301, the USS MITCHER, DL2, two Coast Guard ships ,five minesweepers and approximately 18 other vessels. With the bowling season opening next month there is considerable talk of averages, team names and handicaps around FTG. It looks as though there will be 6 FTG entries. 3 in the enlisted league, FTG-1, FTG-2 and FTG-3 and also 3 in the Officers' league, The Smoothbores from Gunnery, the Pluggers from Damage Control and the Erasures from Administration. LT R. G. Hylind, USN, reported on board last week from USS MACON (CA-132). His wife and 5 children are eagerly awaiting transportation. LT Hylind was assigned to the Gunnery Department. On September the 16th J. W. Lindsay, SOCA, Fleet Training Group, and E. J. Grant, RDCA, Fleet Training Center, received their long awaited advancement to Chief and were duly initiated at appropriate ceremonies at the CPO Club. In the piscatorial field, Chiefs Witt and Bailey are way ahead in the meat-in-the-pot division with 4 and 27 pound snappers caught last Saturday night. R. M. Cousins, ETCA, Fleet Training Center and Mrs. Cousins depart Gtmo on 30 September after a stay of 3 months. Chief Cousins will report to USS TANNER (AGS-15) for duty. Commander and Mrs. J. B. Sweeny,, Jr. and their 7 year old daughter Sally arrived in Gtmo via the early morning FLAW flight 25 September. The Sweenys are temporarily residing in one of the Naval Exchange quonset huts and will move to Marina Point in the near future. Commander Sween's last duty was Commanding Officer, USS F I S K E (DDR-842). The Sweeny family resided in Newport, Rhode Island prior to coming to Gtmo. He is to relieve Commander George Gardes as head of the CIC Department this week. Commander Gardes expects to leave Gtmo Tuesday and report to The Fleet Air Defense Center, Dam Neck, Virginia as Training Officer. J. T. Kenny, FPC joined the Group from USS RUSHMORE (LSD-14). Kenny has previously served with Ship Salvage Units at Casablanca, Palermo, Naples, Anzio, Cherbourg, and Manila. Saturday, 29 September 1959 THE INDIAN

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S Saturday, 29 September 1956 a THE INDIAN Page Five The INDIAN Covers With Mathematical Angle. USS SARATOGA CVA-60 OPEN HOUSE Sunday School Rally Tomorrow A Sunday School Rally Day which is expected to boost attendance over the 700 mark has been set for tomorrow. The Protestant 1100 service in the Base Chapel will consist of a worship program by the various departments of the Sunday School including nursery through high school ages. Rally Day is intended to give parents an idea of what is being done in the Sunday School as well as to give the children a sense of participation in the church. The bus schedule for Sunday School will be about one hour later than usual. Children should be at bus stops by 10:00 a.m. They will assemble as usual on Victory Hill and Chapel Hill, meeting at 10:30 a.m. instead of the usual 9:30 a.m. The service in the Chapel will begin at 11:00 a.m. Children who attend Sunday School on Victory Hill will be returned there as soon as their part of the service is completed. Buses will pick up children at Victory Hill at noon for return to their homes and will pick up children at Chapel Hill a few minutes later. Parents who normally pick up their children following Sunday School may do so at 12 noon on Victory Hill and about 12:10 p.m. at Chapel Hill. The nursery normally open for the care of small children during the 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon service will be closed since the supervisors will be participating in the Chapel service. Dental Explorer by Wally Jenkins CAPT Bernard H. Faubion, DC, USN, Deputy Chief of the Dental Division, BuMed, visited the Dental Clinic on September 24. CAPT Faubion accompanied RADM B. W. Hogan, Chief of Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, U.S. Navy, for the dedication ceremonies of the new hospital. CAPT John B. Stoll has departed and CAPT William J. Harrison is our new Executive officer. CAPT Stoll will report to the Naval Auxiliary Air Statio n, Kingsville, Texas. Bernard M. Ax, DT3, reported aboard for duty. Ax calls Pittsburgh, Pa., his home. The brother on the farm replied: "Yesterday we buggied to town and baseballed all the afternoon. Then we went to Ned's, pokered until morning. Today we muled out to the cornfield and gehawed until sundown. This pictorial coverage on the USS SARATOGA's open house held Sunday afternoon, September 23, shows Base residents, top left, being transported into the inner sanctum of the giant ship where living quarters, mess decks, recreation rooms, etc. are situated. Top right-at the officers' quarterdeck located on the starboard side of the hangar deck amidships, the visitors pose for posterity with the ship's Officer Roster Board providing the backdrop. Ident Bottom left, wives and children enjoy the soothing atmosphere within the four-bunk, compartamentalized living quarters assigned to enlisted personnel. Iron and ironing board is one of the 200 ironing sets aboard the ship. Bottom right, first class journalist Richard A. Graddick, SARATOGA's Assistant Public Information Officer, explains to members of Gtmo's Boy Scouts Troop 435 the mechanical complexities of a Banshee jet. 1,000 Visit Sara Approximately 1,000 Base residents of all ages paid homage to the immortal SARATOGA-United States largest floating airfield! SARATOGA's show-stopper is the ship itself. Among the ship's show-stealers include the huge flight deck which is punctuated by an angled-type runway, a colossal hangar deck which houses 100 jets, four basketball courts, etc., tiled and air-conditioned enlisted men's berthing quarters, elevators, and the ship's island on the flight deck which houses the pilot and captain's plot which are provided with 206 windshields each equipped with wipers. INDIAN Mathematics For a person who is five foot, seven inches in height, it takes 452 normal walk-steps within a period of three and a half minutes to negotiate the ship's flight deck -bow to stern! And walking across amidships, it requires 117 gaits. With a length of 1,039 feet, the SARATOGA equals the stretch of eight lamp posts on Sherman Avenue. Total cost of the ship is equivalent to the value of four brand new light cruisers plus two destroyer escorts. SARA's birth made Uncle Sam poorer by $207 million. The SARATOGA left Monday morning, September 24, for Port au Prince, Haiti. Carrying 3,500 officers and men, the mighty ship will once again adorn Gtmo harbor with her beauty, strength and size when she weighs anchor on October 4.

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e Saturday, 29 September 1956 THE INDIAN S Navy-BPPO-1 OND-Guatanamo Cinema -Scoop by Don Hinton Ingrid Bergman returns to the U.S. screen in the near future. Her absence from the screen has certainly been too long, at least in this quarter. Bergman's comeback vehicle, by the way, will be "Anastasia," based on the hit play, with Yul Brynner and Helen Hayes costarred. From now on never use this column as a guide for what is playing at the NavSta Lyceum. I'm changing my system! The Killing (Harris-Kubrick, released through U.A.), is my personal pick of the week! Here is another one of those low budget bits that is saved only through its excellent acting and directing. The story concerns a gang of criminals who plan to make their "killing" by robbing a racetrack. The suspense is terrific and the performances of Sterling Hayden, Colleen Gray, Vince Edwards and Marie Windsor are very good. Nightmare (release through U. A.) ...Edward G. Robinson and Kevin McCarthy ...crime melodrama ...no info on this one, but some of the mags are rating it good and it should be with Eddie Robinson starring! Fury At Gunsight Pass (Col) .Richard Long ...the usual Friday night western which I'll insist to the day I leave here is no good, but that everyone likes. I bow down to the public's superior? ? judgement! Four others playing this week that have already been here are: Green Fire (MGM, in color) .. Grace Kelly, Stewart Granger and Paul Douglas ...one of Kelly's worst, it is the story of two adventurers and their encounter with a South American coffee plantation owner, Miss K ...Kelly fans will still get that old thrill, however. Crooked Web (Col) ...Frank Lovejoy and Mari Blanchard .. crime melodrama ...not so hot. Bring Your Smile Along (Col, in color) .Frankie Laine and Keefe Braselle ...musical, which you Laine fans might enjoy. Night Of the Hunter (released through U.A.) .Robert Mitchum, Shelly Winters and Lillian Gish ...suspense thriller based on the novel ...GREAT! ! See it if you haven't! ! THE SPIRIT of the NAVY October 26 -27 Saturday, September 29 1:00 Winkly Dink and You 1:30 Zoo Parade 2:00 Captain Gallant 2:30 Godfrey Time 3:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 3:30 Dollar A Second 4:00 Trouble In Texas 5:00 Big Picture 5:30 Dunniger 6:00 Harry Owens 6:30 Beat the Clock 7:00 Goerge Gobel 7:30 Hit Parade 8:00 Comedy Hour 9:00 Goodyear TV Playhous Sunday, September 30 1:00 Paul Winchell 1:30 Penny to A Million 2:00 That's My Boy 2:30 Two For the Money 3:00 Frontiers of Faith 3:30 Mr. Peepers 4:00 Milton Berle 5:00 You Asked For It 5:30 Sunday News 5:45 Industry On Parade 6:00 You Are There 6:30 What's My Line 7:00 Stage Show 7:30 Loretta Young 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 Pontiac Hour Monday, October 1 5:30 News Parade 5:45 Eddie Fisher 6:00 Medie 6:30 Talent Scouts 7:00 My Favorite Husband 7:30 Highway Patrol 8:00 Sid Caesar 9:00 Studio One Tuesday, October 2 5:30 News Parade 5:45 Godfrey Time 6:00 $64,000 Challenge 6:30 Stop the Music 7:00 Meet Millie 7:30 Russ Morgan 8:00 Martha Raye 9:00 U.S. Steel Hour Wednesday, October 3 5:30 News Parade 5:45 Speech by Congressmai Devereaux 6:00 Ozzie and Harriett 6:30 People Are Funny 7:00 Republican Speech 7:30 I've Got A Secret 8:00 Appointment With Adventure 8:30 Godfrey and Friends 9:00 Kraft TV Theater Thursday, October 4 6:30 News Parade 5:45 Godfrey Time 6:00 This Is Your Life 6:30 Big Town 7:00 Bob Cummings 7:30 Playhouse of Stars 8:00 Bob Hope 9:00 Climax Friday, October 5 5:30 News Parade 5:45 Eddie Fisher 6:00 Truth or Consequences 6:30 Masquerade Party 7:00 Life of Riley 7:30 Johnny Carson 8:00 Armstrong Circle Theater 9:00 Boxing L GGive Your Toys Now There is still time to donate any Saturday, September 29 broken or unused toys in the anNavSta-Bring Your Smile Along-90 on. nual Christmas Toy Drive sponNAS-Far Horizons-107 min. Mar. Site-Pearl of the South Pacificscored by the Trading Post. Colle106 min. tion boxes have been installed in Villa.-Gamma People-97 min. MCB-1-Three For Jamie Dawn-102 min. front of each of the Exchanges on Lwd. Pt.-Serenade-133 min. the Base. These toys will be reSunday, September 30 paired and painted by the Naval NavSta-Green Fire-100 min. Base Firemen and the Naval StaNAS-Bring Your Smile Along tion Hobby Shop. They will then Mar. Site-Over-Exposed-96 min. be placed on sale to Base residents Villa.-Pearl of the South Pacific MCB-1-Gamma People at times and places to be annuoncLwd. Pt.-Three For Jamie Dawn ed later. Monday, October 1 NavSta-Crooked Web-96 min. NAS-Green Fire Mar. Site-Far Horizons L Villa.-Over-Exposed MCB-1-Pearl of the South Pacific Lwd. Pt.-Gamma People Tuesday, October 2 NavSat-Night of the Hunter-98 min. NAS-Crooked Web Mar. Site-Bring Your Smile Along Villa.-Far Horizons MCB-1-Over-Exposed Lwd .Pt.-Pearl of the South Pacific Wednesday, October 3 NavSta-Killing-100 min. NAS-Night of the Hunter Mar.Site-Green Fire Villa.-Bring Your Smile Along MCB-1-Far Horizons Lwd. Pt.-Over-Exposed Thursday, October 4 .0 NavSta-Nightmare-100 min. NAS-Killing "Do Ye. Have Any Old Mar. Site-Crooked Web Ovt.maded Pjang?Villa.-Green Fire MCB-1-Bring Your Smile Along Lwd. Pt.-Far Horizons Friday, October 5 NavSta-Fury At Gunsight Pass-95 min. FROM NAS-Nightmare Mar. Site-Night of the Hunter Villa.-Crooked Web MCB-1-Green Fire Lwd. Pt.-Bring Your Smile Along The firm's president was a bit T curious about a cutie just hired as a secretary by a vice president. Send The "Can she add, or type, or take shorthand?" he asked. INDIAN "No," said the VP. "But she certainly can distract." Home WGBY Television Program 3 cent stamp 0: 4 Book -Nook NAS LIBRARY by Betty Serig Papa Married a Mormon: A delightful biography of the little people who built the West. John Fitzgerald, (author) kept a promise to his mother long after she was deceased to write a true story of the Mormons, as his father knew them and loved them. The Mind Goes Forth: By Harry & Bonare Overstreet. In this new and latest book by the above authors, quote: "The greatest drama in which we are engaged is the drama of understanding. This is the drama of the mind's going forth to meet life more than halfway. A well written and absorbing book with a message for all Guestward Ho: Pack your troubles away when you pick up this book. Hilarious reading. Enough said. Picture History of the U. S. Navy: The story of the American Navy from the earliest days of the Revolutionary war to the Twentieth Century is told in a wealth of pictorial detail that has never been equaled. Wake Up the Echoes: Here is a collection of more than 100 great sports stories as they were written by great sports writers down through the years. Earth, Sky and Sea: Exploration, says Auguste Piccard, twentiethcentury explorer, has become the sport of scientists. This is the unique story of a scholar, physicist and master technician, whose pioneering inventions have made accessible areas of the universe formerly reserved for science fiction. The Far Traveler: By Manning Coles. A gay and ghostly affair, the adventures and romance of a gallant ghost. The salesman said the gold plated Cadillac would cost $20,000. "Fair enough," said one Texan, "I'll take two." He reached into his pocket for the cash. "Just a minute, John," said the second Texan, stopping his friend from reaching into his pocket; "You took the lunch tab." THE INDIAN